Frankfurt is booming:
- The population of Frankfurt is going up and up.
- The number of overnight guests is at a 10-year high.
- The airport breaks one record after another.
As more and more investments flow into Frankfurt real estate, how do investors get local information apart from KPIs, fact sheets, and investment plans?
SKYLINE ATLAS is the information medium on the Frankfurt skyline and has been monitoring Frankfurt real estate for more than two decades. Its editors have more than 20 years of experience in Frankfurt real estate; they know “every corner” of the city and can tell an exciting story about virtually every location. This is reason enough to share their knowledge with others.
Therefore, SKYLINE ATLAS now offers special city tours of Frankfurt: Frankfurt on the Run. In contrast to tourism, the focus is not on city history and architecture, but on real estate investment, office, hotels, or data centers. And in contrast to a consultant’s real estate tour, the presentation is entertaining and pragmatic.
Frankfurt on the Run is a new tour format aimed exclusively at banking, investment, and real estate companies. The real estate tours last 2 hours, 4 hours, or 8 hours.
Michael Wutzke conducted the first investor tour in July 2019. A driver with a darkened Mercedes bus drove a group of 7 through the German metropolis on a defined route. The visitors came from an Asian investment fund representing billions of Euros, and they were accompanied by a delegation of investment advisors from Frankfurt and Munich who work for a well-known asset management company.
In just under 2 hours, the visitors were introduced to the Frankfurt office market, covering the following in English:
At various stops the participants got “hands on” impressions. The group of investors not only gained exciting insights, but was also entertained and accompanied through “Mainhattan”. This was followed by an investor dinner with a Frankfurt star architect.